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credit look we have been through here in the u.s. global economy remains weak. you can never think here in the u.s. we are immune to what is happening in global economics.so u.s. we are immune to what is happening in global economicoglo u.s. we are immune to what is happening in global economic gl. you can never think here in the u.s. we are immune to what is happening in global economics. it's interesting always. >>> a domino effect. >>> a small new jersey town is in shock. now that two teenage brothers have been charged with murdering their 12-year-old neighbor. police say it was the boys' mother who helped them solve the horrible crime. jen maxfield of wnbc reports. >> reporter: hundreds of people filled the clayton baptist church to remember autumn pasquale in song and prayer. >> she was one of the best people i ever met. caring and trusting. >> reporter: mourners embraced her parents in the sanctuary and lit candles for the seventh grader outside. >> this is a horrific tragedy that doesn't happen here. >> reporter: adding to the tragedy of autumn's death is the fact that two young
called romney out on a comment he made about the attack on the u.s. embassy in libya. >> the whole idea of there being a riot act. >> was that fair?n't do to thedidn't do president. she didn't fact check anything he said and said you said this and you said that. for instance, he said he would cut the deficit in half. she never challenged him on that. >> definitely one of the more talked about moments of the night. but there is plenty more to pick over between now and the next debate. reporting live, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. and there will be much more ahead on the debate on "nightline" after this newscast. and the third and final presidential debate is set for next monday, october 22nd at lynn university in boca raton, florida with a focus on foreign policy. that starts at 6:00. you can watch it live here on abc7. as the two presidential candidates argued over the terrorist attack in libya hundreds gathered at san francisco city hall to honor the ambassador who was killed there. christopher stevens grew up in piedmont and graduated from uc berkeley and ucsf hastings sch
the life of a u.s. diplomat among others. >> more americans at risk tonight. new trouble at the lab at the center of amen jits outbreak. >> and san francisco takes a shot at hosting the superbowl. all that coming up. then later on "nightline". >> the coming up next on nightline. flaming hotrsy one controversy one spicey snack food cause as fire storm in schools. why it's the war on salt that is keeping it out of kids luchlings. >> man who says he can transform any room [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits. delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some beef sloppy joe sauce... and cheese fold it all up and boom! i just made an unbeatable unsloppy joe pillsbury grands biscuits. let the making begin. with snack-defying, satisfying totino's pizza rolls. and now when you buy two 40-count bags, instantly get a free bottle of ranch from hidden valley. it's on. let's roll. i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! my bowl, my spoons! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who d
armed conflict in u.s. history. >> some scary moments in san mateo when 15 homes were evacuate after three suspicious devices were found in a park. they were bottled filled with a clear liquid and had metal foil around them. police determined the bottles were consistent with homemade explosive devices. rebat help disable the bottles and the park was re-opened. >>> now for a check ton the weather, there's a loot going on this weekend, and leigh glaser is here with what we can expect tomorrow. wer 7hd quickly because wee are seeing a few of those low clouds starting to move in across parts of the bay area. you can see them right near the marin headlands, heading towards the golden gate bridge. the good news is that most of this will spill in tonight and then back off the coast by tomorrow. speaking of a lot going on, hardly strictly blue grass, golden gate park, 1:00, temperatures near 60, and then cool down, clouds, and wind, by 7:00, temperatures into the 50s. near the waterfront we have the blue angels, the parade of ships tomorrow. most of the activity starts at 1:00. the blue ange
including at least 10 in san francisco alone. the company will face a bankruptcy judge u.s. u.s. california foreclosure are now at the lowest level since 2007. 5-3 5-31,000 foreclosure in third quarter of this year. that's down 13 percent compared to last year. california saw 45 percent decline in foreclosure over the last year that's the biggest did he children in the nation. >> to southern california now where the space shuttle endeavor getting ready for the final trip this will take it 12 miles down the road to museum in los angeles. this is a live picture of a shuttle white is being held in los angeles. shuttle has sat there for 3 week at the los angeles international airport in this hangar. before dawn hits the shuttle again the very complicated and slow move through the streets. streets will be closed. whole bunch of tree cut did you know and power lines have been removed or raised in some cases. the trip is expected to take two days. what an operation that is. >> my goodness what a sight that will be. a lot of rain in southern california this morning. we had a
to strengthen the u.s. economy. not so says the president, in his weekly address. he pointed to his bailout of the u.s. auto industry. >> i bet on american workers and american ingenuity and three years later that bet is paying off in a big way. >> the president is betting on star power to bowl -- bowlster his chances. president clinton and bruce springsteen will work next week. >> the next presidential debate, tuesday at hofstra university in new york, and this one will have the town hall format. we'll carry it live starting at 6:00 p.m. >> californians like online voter registration but that might not be good news for'mans. more than 400,000 canadians have ridge -- californians have if ridge erred to vote, and more than 70% of them are registering as democrats. >> amd is cutting more than 2300 jobs. computers just aren't selling as well as they used to. amd cut 10% of the work force last year. this time around the number figures to be about 20%. mostly in engineering and sales. >> investigators in los angeles are trying to figure out what caused a patrol car to crash. the squad car airbor
fisherman was found. >> man hunt under way after u.s. border patrol agent shot and killed near the mexican border. happened in arizona near the town of mako early this morning. second agent injured in the ambush. third escaped unharmed. agents were checking on alarm triggered by sensor along the border. fbi will send the resources into the investigation. officials believe a mexican drug cartel may. agent who died was 30 years old nicholas ivy from utah leaving behind a wife and 2 children. >> parents demand answer after young girl assaulted at school. what they want from the district. we learn a key piece of evidence that led to his capture. >> also. the angel fly into town in. how soon you hear the ear splitting roar. >> in southern california. meet some real life crime fighters. they are dressed for the job. more and later on "nightline". >> big fat experiment. we'll follow one human guinea pig and three-month fast-food bender. >> team explore america here you go little man. [ humming ] [ babbling ] the cheerios bandit got you again? [ both laugh ] ♪ the one and only, cheer
of glaucoma. they surveyed more than 120,000 people in the u.s. >> now participant who drvrng 3 or more cup of coffee each day were at increased risk of developing the eye disease that cap lead to blindness. researchers still detroit tiger to figure out why. >> all right. larry off tonight but rick is in. >> a lot to talk about including giants baseball of course. >> might wined autopsy bay bridge world series. it could possibly. coming up in sports. giants and a's prepare for the post season at usc off to terrible start tonight against utah. could the trojan avoid the upset good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! right... ♪ wow. delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. me winner game winner matt cain start saturday night as giants open the play offs at home against cincinnati. san francisco went through a lit wor
this will likely impact the path of interstate 80 and u.s. 50. if you have travel plans, carry the chains. or just hold off on your travels. tomorrow morning, starting off with the clouds and maybe misty and drizzly. temperatures in the mid50s to the low 60s. and as we show you your afternoon readings, 73 in area. 74 for campbell. on the peninsula, 71 in san mateo and palo alto. the coastal areas are quite mild. downtown san francisco, 70 degrees. south san francisco 69. and in the north bay, it is going to be a mix of sun and clouds. mid70s santa rosa and san rafael, head out toward the east bay. a narrow range of temperatures. 72 in oakland, newark. the inland communities, it will be beautiful. 75 in livermore and danville. but certainly cooler than average for this time of year. had to's high temperatures dropped a good 5 to 20 degrees. tomorrow we will hold them before we drop more on sunday. around the monterey bay, 72 in santa cruz. we have the big game tomorrow. and check out the forecast. cal versus stanford at memorial stadium. mild and 3:00. 70 degreese and we fast-forward to sunday. can
it is relevant to the crime and also that it is from the perpetrator. >> here is the problem. a u.s. department of justice audit found the crime lab has shared dna profiles it should not have shared. they looked at 100dna profiles the lab up loaded, and as a result of the audit, 44 profiles had to be removed from the national database. what the final report calls a large number of inappropriate profiles, and we believe the laboratory may have additional ineligible profiles. >> before 2006 we concede that we entered a lot of profiles that we should not. >> the crime lab director told us before 2006, the fbi didn't give dna labs proper guidance on what should and should not be up loaded into the database. but a third of the lab's mistakes occurred after 2006. >> the problem is that the guidelines of the fbi gave us even in 20 have are 6 are not completely foolproof. they are open to some interpretation. >> take for example a dna profile lifted from a cigarette butt found in a park across the street from a homicide. investigators thought the suspect could have smoked there. >> can we prove that ha
are participating in this program. six are here in the u.s. the cost to educate and host each of these students at cal is more than $50,000 a year. narissa is a graduate student also from kenya. she too is in the program and will return to her country with new, innovative ideas. >> we are like one big community . i have had opportunities and other people have not had the opportunities. it is only fair to give everyone the same opportunities. >> cabel will be away from her country for the next four years, a sacrifice she is willing to make. for now she will send her parents a few cal bear t-shirts for the holi proud to e that. >> at uc berkeley, abc7 news. >> sounds like a worthy program. >> absolutely. >>> listen, we have clear skies out there. not a lot of wind. the heat from the day is just pretty much just sitting on top of us this evening. very mild night. here is a look at our camera looking down on the bay bridge. and of course san francisco in the background. live doppler 7hd is taking a rest this evening. not a lot of fog or clouds picking up right now. as most of the wind flow is gener
to normal of the changing the lives of some 35,000 babies born with heart defects in the u.s. every year. carolyn johnson, abc7 news. >> they say early targets might be the most common forms of heart defects such as arith mia or ventricular defects that cause holes in the heart chambers. >>> now to a huge fight that broke out between two wedding parties at a philadelphia hotel. this is youtube video of the scene. dozens of guests were involved, and police used batons and tasers to break up the brawl. a 57-year-old uncle of one of the brides suffered a heart attack and died. police made three arrests. >>> some men in maine proved today they can carry their relationshipsment -- relationships. it is the annual wife carrying competition. 50 men raced over hurdles and water hazards. one couple won for a fourth year in a row. they won cash equaled to five times the wife's weight and her weight in beer. for the record it was $fifty 30. $530. >>> now to leigh glaser and she is checking on our weather. >> i don't think i could do that. no, no, no. gang, if you are traveling tomorrow, much of the
and the u.s. will work with the united nations to resolve the issue. president obama and mitt romney are preparing for monday's orida.l disease bait in karen traverse reports. reporter: with the presidential contenders getting for monday night's debate, the campaigning fell to their running mates. vice-president biden stumped in florida. >> i don't blame that baby for crying. that baby knows what is in store for him or her if romney wins. reporter: while congressman paul ryan rallied supporters in ohio. >> we're going to put people back to work because in 17 days we're going to elect mitt romney, the next president of the united states of america. >> the president and mitt romney are off the trail today, prepping for their third and final debate. >> it's in effect a tiebreaker. >> monday night's showdown in florida will focus on foreign policy which has taken a back seat to the economy and other issues but a contentious exchange over libya in the last debate suggests the possibility for fireworks. >> foreign policy doesn't attract people's attention but it matters in a presidency. >>
to the neck. >> hurricane sandy is quickly approaching lanfall in the u.s. more than 50 million residents are bracing for impact. here's a live look at miami florida right now. there's a light wind blowing across the city skyline, here's the latest on the parts of the criminal trialready under state -- country under states of emergency. >> as sandy churns along the eastern seaboard, carryingy heavy rain and powerful winds, massachusetts has become the eighth state to now declare a state of emergency. the powerful and deadly storm is expected make landfall overnight monday in new jersey. >> we could be without power for as much as seven to ten days. >> concern is growing because the storming expected to slam right into an arctic cold front and that collision of hot and cold air will supercharge sandy. >> this could set historical precedence if it develops along the lines that the models are indicating. >> that kind of power could launch four to ten-foot storm surges in areas of washington, dc, new jersey, and new york. >> it would strengthen unexpectedly or change its expected path, it cou
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